Tasting or smelling of tin: tinny canned food. (adjective)
Having a thin metallic sound: a high tinny voice. (adjective)
Weak or thin; flimsy.(adjective)
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Use "tinny" in a sentence
""Speed and cannabis are available at what are commonly known as a tinny houses and we impact on the drug market by targeting those tinny houses.""
"We have rented a flat in Cannaregio in late April and have no idea about laws as to mooring, but even to rent a dinghy (aka a tinny where I come from) for a day would be bliss."
"The quality of Buck's voice, which can be described as tinny, raspy, kind of like he has a piece of sandpaper caught in his throat, has not affected the content of his play-by-play stylings."